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I used one of those rods you can buy in the garden area at Lowes. It is one of those garden stakes that is metal covered by plastic rubbery stuff. It has a pointed end which I hammered in the ground. Then stacked the pots. Then cut it with plain wire cutters. It was very easy! Thank you Josh!!
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I'm just blown away by your garden. It's a dream. LOVE those tipsy pots too. I've been eyeing that idea for a few years. I may just get sucked into that this year...I have to stop you guys. I've chopped off so much, and with plans to go out of town, I feel like I can't leave my babies, and no one's around to water for me. Gulp.
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